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Right after you log in, "Dashboard" tab is selected and quick information: Personal info (Last login date, Assigned roles etc.), System info and total count of main repository objects, related to logged user are displayed in the central part of the page. 

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Managing Users

midPoint users represent real human beings with all their linked resource accounts. By managing midPoint users you can also manage some or all of their linked resource accounts.

To create, modify or delete midPoint users, click the "Users" -> "List Users" tab. A list of users is displayed in a table with some basic attributes: Name (login), Given Name, Family Name, Full Name, E-mail and Account.
You can sort the user list by attribute by clicking on table column header and if you click at the same column again you can select whether the sorting should be ascendent or descendent.

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You can find the user / s, using the search panel on the left part of the page.

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Fields marked with "*" (asterisk) are mandatory, you cannot save the form if they are empty. 

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The "Administrative status" field will allow the user to use his/her account in midPoint or his/her associated resource accounts after they are linked.
The "Admin gui access" field allow the user to administer midPoint. More granular access control implementation is in progress.

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You can sort the role list by name by clicking on the table column header and if you click at the same column again you can select whether the sorting should be ascendent or descendent.

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Creating Roles

To create a role, click the "Roles" tab and then click the "New role" link. An embedded XML editor appears.

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Please refer to the Resource and Connector Reference chapter for more information.

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Understanding Resource Configuration

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You can sort the task list by attribute (currently by name only) by clicking on table column header and if you click at the same column again you can select whether the sorting should be ascendent or descendent.

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You can execute the following operations on a task, or more tasks at once:

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For more information please refer to the Task Manager#Single-run and Recurring Tasks section.

Task Detail

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You can see the following task attributes on the "Task Detail" page (some of the attributes are displayed in the task list as well):

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To add a new task, click the "Server Tasks" and then click the "New Task" item. A new form is displayed.

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Please fill the fields according to the before mentioned description.

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